We visited both of these Manchester hot-spots last month. Here’s our round-up…
The Blues Kitchen
We spent an evening enjoying supper at The Blues Kitchen, one of Manchester’s hottest venues for good food and fun events. Diners can devour many different dishes from the vast menu, such as St Louis pork ribs, buttermilk f ried chicken, shrimp taco salad or their famous chicken wings. Still hungry? The choice of desserts – Oreo donuts, dark chocolate brownie or white chocolate and ginger cheesecake – is truly tantalising to the taste buds. Love a drink too? Be sure to head down and enjoy £5 cocktails on Wednesdays and happy hour on Fridays between 5pm and 7pm.
If gigs are your thing, the Concert Hall upstairs from The Blues Kitchen hosts a variety of performances every week, such as emerging neo-soul talent Wayne Snow, who is playing on 20th January 2022.
Still looking to organise your Christmas party? The Blues Kitchen can cater for everything f rom sit-down meals to dance- on-the-table celebrations – result!
Three Little Words
Looking for mouth-watering roasts, delicious cocktails and live music?
Feed The Soul Sundays at Manchester’s bustling Three Little Words brings you all of the above. Alongside succulent meat and veggie options (tweaked by Head Chef Jimmy every week to keep things fresh), there are giant fluffy Yorkshire puds, moreish desserts, including a signature sticky toffee pudding, and unique and exclusive cocktails, such as the bacon Bloody Mary and rum-based Painkiller.
All roasts come accompanied by unlimited roasties, seasonal veg and gravy, priced just £15pp. If you’re not feeling a roast, there’s a selection of nibbles, charcuterie and small plates available too, which change regularly.
Talented music artists join diners f rom 2pm to 5pm, providing the perfect soundtrack for a chilled-out Sunday. You can expect an across-the-board music selection, from soul and funk to jazz.